KINGSVILLE - English is indeed one of Morgan Wyatt's favorite subjects.
Victoria East's Lindsey Crabb and Cassidy Hoad shot a 10-over 82. The two are in a three-way tie for third with Calallen's Alli Blundell.
It's so simple, it's almost a cliche.
SEGUIN - One team had 20 wins. The other had four losses. At the end of the night, that fact applied for both teams, and it meant Victoria West's dream season ended in the Class 4A sectional playoffs.
The primary objectives for the season have been accomplished. But, the players for the Victoria West soccer team are gluttonous.
CORPUS CHRISTI - The seconds could not dwindle fast enough.
Victoria East and Flour Bluff may be mirror images of each other on the soccer field. The teams are similar, their styles of play are compatible and both squads are aware of the other's personnel.
Stoked. Psyched. Excited.
HALLETTSVILLE - Pitching and defense are always going to determine how long Hallettsville plays this spring.
SEGUIN - It was Godswill who ended Victoria West's season last year, and the Warriors were determined to avoid the same fate.
SEGUIN - If Maggie Mata is hoarse this weekend, it's because she spent the whole game yelling at the top of her lungs.
It's no surprise Madison Hawkins is doing her best work in the penalty area. What is stunning to Hawkins and casual observers of the Victoria East girls soccer program is which penalty area she's dominating.
The last three months have been one extended marionette show for the Victoria West soccer team.
CORPUS CHRISTI - There is no proof Rudy Rocha told his younger sister "anything you can do I can do better."
Diego and Ernesto Perez do not have a catchy nickname.
Katie Morton excels at two things on the soccer field: pinpoint passing and putting the ball in the top corner of the goal.
Some things do not change down in Port Lavaca - the gentle sea breeze rolling in off the bay, the football team making the playoffs and the girls powerlifting team winning a state championship.
Wins have not come as frequently this spring, but the University of Houston-Victoria softball program is optimistic Tuesday's doubleheader sweep is the perfect remedy for that.
Pierce Breech summed up the mood for the team in red Tuesday night.
Things may not have worked out as David Andrade and Pablo Aviles planned, but the two seniors on the Victoria East soccer team have a chance to erase the stench of a topsy-turvy season with a win over their rivals Tuesday night.
MCFADDIN - The new pope, beef, Lionel Messi and polo are among the Argentine products that are world-renowned. The latter was on display here Saturday afternoon as part of a fundraiser for the Nave Muesum.
Seth Christian ran through a stop sign at third base, but the senior's daring play began a rally that toppled a winning streak.
Cameron Kremers was getting annoyed on the mound early in the sixth inning. Despite, recording 12 strikeouts to that point, the sophomore pitcher for Beeville was not happy with the perceived strike zone.
St. Joseph couldn't get the bats going against one of the hardest throwing pitchers the Flyers have seen this season.
Neither team is undefeated over a month into the season, but they are undefeated in the standings that matter: the District 30-4A standings.
COLLEGE STATION - Their season was gone with the wind.
CORPUS CHRISTI - The euphoria afterward was best explained in the post game meal of Popeye's chicken and ice cream.
Victoria West shut out an opponent for the eighth time in 11 games this year. This time the victim was Kingsville, which was defeated 6-0 Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
On a cold and windy evening at Memorial Stadium, it was one moment and one call that left the Palacios soccer team hot.
Every time the Victoria West boys soccer program is mentioned in the media, Jose Olalde makes sure he saves a copy.
Rachel Mansker has a developed a reputation for her free kick taking abilities over the last two seasons. However, the Victoria East midfielder recently confided she doesn't really like taking corner kicks.
There were 10 minutes left in a 1-1 soccer game, and Amanda Groenhuyzen was prone on the field.
Don't let her occasionally bashful nature, black horn-rimmed glasses or the long, blonde hair deceive you. Elissa Beaudoin is a far different person when she steps on the basketball court.
Another strong field will descend on Victoria this weekend to kick off the girls' soccer season.
Christmas came early in Port Lavaca.
It's said "offense wins games, but defense wins championships."
Freshman innocence determined the latest edition of the Victoria East-Victoria West basketball rivalry.
She used to play softball, but would jump out of the batter's box when other girls hurled the ball a little too close for comfort.
ROUND ROCK - Trevion Flowers had to be helped off the field in the second half in a serious amount of pain.
If there is a collision anywhere around the Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex in Round Rock on Friday night, it's best to blame Jacob Stafford.
As game time approaches, El Campo Ricebirds fans are buzzing in team spirit and T-shirts.
It seemed like an innocent layup, in a contest that would be filled with them.
In some ways its fitting the first game of the district basketball season for Victoria East will feature the most imminent threat, at least on paper, to the Lady Titans superiority in District 30-4A.
Everyone has a Johnny Manziel story.
BASTROP - They trudged off the field.
HALLETTSVILLE - December football means a lot of things for the residents of the seat of Lavaca County..
SHINER - Few need a reminder of what happened the last time Shiner made the quarterfinals.
GOLIAD - Usually, Tigers are the predators. Usually, it's Goliad that is able to impose its will in a girls basketball game.
There is a first time for everything.
The hogs are safe - for now.